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Regulatory Affairs Associate - Hygiene - Developing Exports Markets

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Regulatory Affairs Associate - Hygiene - Developing Exports Markets

 

Egypt, Cairo

 

 

Critical for driving innovation and optimising our product portfolio strategy, you’ll help us navigate a complex regulatory environment. Globally. You’ll ensure we remain compliant and continue to deliver the highest quality products. You’ll act as a steward for our brands. You’ll track, interpret and anticipate legislation and ensure we make smart decisions for the future. Your ideas will ensure our new products continue to make people’s lives better.

 

You’ll succeed because… 

…you’re degree qualified in a scientific discipline. You excel in a fast-paced environment. You’ve an understanding of the new product development cycle, technical documentation or global product registrations. You’re a relationship-builder who thrives in an international environment. You’ve close attention to detail and are comfortable reviewing and documenting technical information. You maintain high standards, are results-orientated and highly entrepreneurial. Like us.

 

You’ll love it because… 

…you’ll have the freedom to make a difference. You’ll put your own ideas into practice. The products you get out there will allow people to live healthier lives and have happier homes. And our dynamic, ownership-driven culture will bring the very best out of you, every day.

Summary of the role

To lead and undertake all regulatory work necessary to meet the needs of the Reckitt Benckiser (Hygiene) business in the Export Markets within North Africa cluster (FRENCH Speaking Countries) and in particular to be responsible for ensuring the local company remain in constant compliance with all local regulations and RB international procedures.

Responsabilities

 

  • Work with the relevant local and Global teams to establish and implement the regulatory strategies
  • Ensure on-going regulatory and product safety compliance
  • Assist the Head of Regulatory in the North -AFRICA Region to interpret local regulation and guidelines and define company Regulatory policies and procedures.
  • Co-ordinate the resolution of regulatory issues and regulatory registration.
  • Interact with Relevant Authorities and Government authorities
Qualifications and Other Requirements for the role

 

•             Science degree : Pharmacy degree prefered 

•             Experienced in the RX, OTC market and within FMCG environment, or within a pharmaceutical environment, with experience in a Medical, Regulatory and / or Safety functions.

•             Effective communicator with good business acumen in French and English. (Compulsory)

•             Broad knowledge of regulatory and healthcare registration systems.

•             Experience in handling corporate crisis management and issues resolution.

•             Sound performer in interacting with, and influencing regulatory authorities and political lobbies

Equality

In Return RB offer very competitive salaries with excellent benefits and the chance to progress your career within a truly global organisation.
RB is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, colour, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other basis protected by appropriate law. All hiring decisions are made based on merit, competence and business need.

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